This Week in Racing History
Racer Giancarlo Baghetti dies from cancer at age 60 (1995).
The Angolan Grand Prix for sports cars is won by David Piper in a Ferrari 365P2 (1965).
Graham Hill dies in the crash of an airplane he was piloting, at Arley, Hertfordshire, England, when it hit trees in fog. Tony Brise, driver for Hill's F1 racing team, also dies in the crash (1975).
David Bruce-Brown, driving a Fiat, wins his second consecutive American Grand Prize at Savanah, Georgia, USA. Final race at Savanah (1911).
Scuderia Ferrari is formed (1929).
Peter Gethin drives a Chevron B26 to victory in the sports car race at Welkom, South Africa (1972).
Pedro Rodriguez drives a Ferrari Testa Rossa to victory in the Governor's Trophy Race at Nassau in the Bahamas (1960).